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    Hard to beat an original.

    The Original Solid Buff is practically a staple in any outdoor adventurer's kit. Its soft and stretchy fabric wicks moisture, dries quickly, resists wind, and offers thermal protection against cold temps during shoulder season hikes and winter ski days. Buff added a Polygiene treatment to resist odors and neutralize bacterial growth.

    • Buff headwear can be worn twelve ways for any outdoor pursuit
    • Fabric is wind-resistant, thermal protective, and quick-drying
    • Polygiene treatment neutralizes odor-causing bacterial growth
    • Item #BUF0001

    Tech Specs

    100% microfiber polyester
    yes, Polygiene
    2.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    60 days

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      I hadn't worn a facemask since my mom made me wear one in the 80s. It was itchy wool and would get pretty gross.
      I tried the new Buff-trend, and see it as just that. It is a super thin piece of fabric, with no hem. I imagine them making a huge tube of these, and just cutting every 18 inches. If I were to wear one, I'd get a SKIDA one, like my wife has.

      Essential Gear for Skiing

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      A buff is an essential piece of gear for anyone who skis. It has so many uses. I use this as sun protection, protection from extreme cold, great for powder days. It can be worn to cover your whole face, has a head covering, etc. So many uses.

      Nice and multifunctional

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Took this buff with me when I was doing fieldwork. Lightweight and nice for cool and warm temperatures. I also wore it while riding on a motorbike on dusty dirt roads. Kept the dust out of my nose and kept me perfectly warm. Easy to wash and dries really quickly.

      No more stuffy neck gaiters...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Remember when you grew up skiing and you wore a thick, fleecy neck gaiter? Yeah, I do to, it was smelly, stuffy, and uncomfortable. If you're still rocking one of those, it is time to upgrade to the breathable and lightweight buff! With its endless uses and ease in functionality, you really can't go wrong.

      Perfect for everything

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Cold days on the river or early mornings chasing pow this thing is awesome. Had one for a while and just finally getting around to reviewing it, don't hesitate to grab one.

      Basic and Essential

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      This is your classic, must-have buff! Lightweight and breathable, but a great protection from wind and cold. I haven't used it in any really wet snowstorms yet, but it's been a great item to have in the pack during really windy days on the mountain or for snowmobiling.

      Multi Sport Must Have

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: One Size Fits All

      The Buff was a great invention. The great thing about the Buff is that you can size it to cover as much of your head as you wish. Here are a few activities that I use my Buff for:

      -Keep the sun off of the back of your neck while belaying

      -Drop it in the river and put it on your head to cool down while kayaking in the heat.

      -Fashion the Buff over your ears to mitigate wind chill while ski touring

      -Wear the Buff as a hat for camping on cold nights to retain heat.

      -Wear the Buff over your mouth and nose to keep them warm while downhill skiing

      -Use the Buff as a head band to keep the hair out of your face while cooking dinner back at camp.

      Overall, it is a super versatile item. One size fits all. The material is super comfortable against the skin, not itchy at all.

      Multi Sport Must Have

      Buff Headwear

        So I got this for snowboarding and it seems to work pretty well. Incase you're wondering what it is, it is basically a warm stretchy piece of wool that goes on your head... however you want to put it on your head. The package it came in has a few ideas on it.

        So when choosing a color, I finally gave up and decided to just get plain burnt orange, because I was desperate to choose a color. There are so many that it took me over 30 minutes to decide! I guess that's a good thing, or maybe I'm too picky.

        It might seem a little thin when you first get it, but you can easily double it up over your face and it still fits ok with goggles. It also has really good ventilation so you can breathe. In addition, this thing should be the definition of sweat/moisture wicking material. It keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Pretty cool .

        Good n' Simple

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Love having a few Buffs on hand! Super functional for all sorts of activities- use it as a neck gaiter on mild ski days, a headband to keep hair out of my eyes in the summertime- great multi-use piece to have. Easy enough to fold down to make it shorter so you don't have a massive tube, and very easy to wash! Everyone needs a Buff. Or two. Or more.

        Must-own for mountain adventurers!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size

        These things are great! They are kinda like a thermos, keep you cool when you need and warm when you need. I mainly use mine for skiing on really cold and windy days, or days early in the season when they are still blowing snow. No matter the day, I always keep it in my pocket just in case.

        is the imperial buff a different size from the pewter and stone colors. They are shown in different shapes. Are they all tubular?